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2022 release. On her sophomore release, Something in the Water, dynamic singer-songwriter Jennifer Hartswick writes and sings about life, love and music that inspires the listener to feel deeply. Hartswick spent her formative years on 300 acres of family farmland in her hometown of Sheffield, Vermont, where the landscape shaped her musical sensibilities. It's influence can be felt on songs like "By the River," which melds a sense of down-home perseverance with a nod to New Orleans via the festive horn section, and "Innocence," which harkens back to her youth. Something in the Water features 8x Grammy Award-winner Christian McBride on bass, in addition to Hartswick's longtime collaborators Nicholas Cassarino (producer, guitar, vocals) and Shira Elias (vocals).
2022 release. On her sophomore release, Something in the Water, dynamic singer-songwriter Jennifer Hartswick writes and sings about life, love and music that inspires the listener to feel deeply. Hartswick spent her formative years on 300 acres of family farmland in her hometown of Sheffield, Vermont, where the landscape shaped her musical sensibilities. It's influence can be felt on songs like "By the River," which melds a sense of down-home perseverance with a nod to New Orleans via the festive horn section, and "Innocence," which harkens back to her youth. Something in the Water features 8x Grammy Award-winner Christian McBride on bass, in addition to Hartswick's longtime collaborators Nicholas Cassarino (producer, guitar, vocals) and Shira Elias (vocals).
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2022 release. On her sophomore release, Something in the Water, dynamic singer-songwriter Jennifer Hartswick writes and sings about life, love and music that inspires the listener to feel deeply. Hartswick spent her formative years on 300 acres of family farmland in her hometown of Sheffield, Vermont, where the landscape shaped her musical sensibilities. It's influence can be felt on songs like "By the River," which melds a sense of down-home perseverance with a nod to New Orleans via the festive horn section, and "Innocence," which harkens back to her youth. Something in the Water features 8x Grammy Award-winner Christian McBride on bass, in addition to Hartswick's longtime collaborators Nicholas Cassarino (producer, guitar, vocals) and Shira Elias (vocals).
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